The Left Hates You. Act Accordingly.
They hate you. Leftists don’t merely disagree with you. They don’t merely feel you are misguided. They don’t think you are merely wrong. They hate you. They want you enslaved and obedient, if not dead. Once you get that, everything that is happening now will make sense. And you will understand what you need to be ready to do.
Report: Obama used IRS to push Obamacare
…The documents, Judicial Watch said, show the Obama IRS “coordinated with the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Obama White House Behavioral Sciences ‘Team’ in a $5 million program to pressure Americans to sign up for Obamacare.”
ALERT: Pelosi Caught In Nasty Scandal
it seems it isn’t just high-profile Republicans who have used government-funded travel questionably. According to Judicial Watch, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi’s extensive use of military travel has cost US taxpayers more than $2 million over a two-year period. Furthermore, Pelosi’s flights have incurred thousands of dollars in costs for alcoholic beverages.
BREAKING: Major Obama Ally Caught Helping North Korea
An Obama-sympathetic government has been caught trying to smuggle a startling shipment into their government from the rogue nation of North Korea. The Egyptian government bought a weapons shipment from the North Korean government, as a ship flying Cambodian colors was intercepted off the Suez Canal,according to the Washington Post.
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Here’s why a 45-foot tall nude sculpture may be coming to the National Mall
If you walk along the National Mall this November, you’ll see the Smithsonian Museums, the Washington Monument, Capitol Hill, and, possibly, something else: a 45-foot tall nude sculpture of a woman. The Amazonian figure would tower over the National Mall next to the Washington Monument, directly facing the White House until March 28 to promote women’s equality.
ISIS names Las Vegas killer “Abu Abdul Bar Al-Amrekini”
The Islamic State reinforced its earlier claim of responsibility for the atrocity with another communiqué Monday night, which named Stephen Paddock “Abu Abdul Bar Al-Amrekini” and said he had carried out surveillance of the concert arena opposite the hotel before murdering 58 people and injuring 515… various Middle East sources said overnight Monday that he had been in contact with certain quarters in the region, and claimed the FBI had photos recording his visits.
First Blizzard of the Season Breaks October Snow Record in Havre, Montana; Heavy Snow Closes I-70 in Colorado
The first blizzard of the season has resulted in widespread power outages and downed trees in parts of Montana. Treacherous travel conditions and additional power outages are possible through Tuesday, as this early-season snowstorm continues to sweep through the Rockies. Unlike the snow the Rockies experienced in September, this storm is having a greater impact since valley locations are also being affected, in addition to typical mountain areas. Interstate 70 was closed in Colorado between Vail and Copper Mountain for a time Monday morning due to accidents and vehicles sliding off the icy road.
Putin calls for predictable, mutually-beneficial cooperation with US
Moscow wants “predictable, constructive, mutually beneficial cooperation” with Washington, Russian President Vladimir Putin said as he received diplomatic credentials from new ambassadors to Moscow, including US envoy Jon Huntsman. Current Russia-US bilateral relations cannot “cause satisfaction,” Putin said during an official ceremony at the Kremlin in Moscow.
Report: Another year of drought ahead
The State of Israel is heading toward a fifth year of drought, according to the Water Authority’s forecast for the winter, cited on Tuesday by nrg. According to the Water Authority, there is a real fear that next summer large springs that have never dried up like the Banias in the Galilee will remain without water.
Netanyahu backs Greater Jerusalem bill that would annex 19 settlements
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu pledged his support for the Greater Jerusalem bill, which is tantamount to a de-facto annexation of 19 settlements around the country’s capital, including Ma’aleh Adumim. “Ma’aleh Adumim will always be part of Israel and in addition I support the Greater Jerusalem bill,” Netanyahu said of the legislation.
Abbas admits: No Palestinian state in the near future
Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas discussed PA aspirations for statehood during an interview with Egypt’s CBC, acknowledging that despite plans by the Trump administration to reboot negotiations for a final status agreement between Israel and the PA, no Palestinian state would be established in the near future. “The time will come for a Palestinian state,” Abbas said Monday, “but it’s not going to happen anytime soon.”
CNN Reporter: “These Country Music Supporters Were Likely Trump Supporters
On the same day CBS fired one of its network executives, Hayley Geftman-Gold, after she took to social media to explain why she was “not even sympathetic” to victims of the Las Vegas shooting because “country music fans often are Republican,” CNN had its own “zen moment” of victim-blaming and stereotyping of innocent concertgoers caught up in the horrific carnage at the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival, when during a live broadcast Monday morning, CNN reporter Jeff Zeleny suggested that most of the victims were Trump supporters for the mere fact that they were attending a country music event.
Deadliest mass shooters have 1 of 2 alarming things in common
…Over the last 20 years, the perpetrators of nearly all the deadliest mass shooting in the United States have shared one of two traits: Besides killing innocents with firearms, they’ve either been radicalized by Islam or were using mind-altering psychiatric drugs during the time of their murder sprees.
Gov. Rick Scott Declares State Of Emergency As 100,000s Of Puerto Ricans Flee To Florida
As mayors of cities with large Puerto Rican populations continue to advocate for federal assistance to help with the resettlement of hundreds of thousands of Puerto Ricans who are expected to temporarily seek shelter with friends and families in the US, Florida Gov. Rick Scott has declared a state of emergency in Florida, allowing state agencies to take extraordinary measures to assist families that will soon be arriving in droves to cities like Orlando and Miami, both of which feature large Puerto Rican populations.
How the Democrats Set Up Puerto Rico for Disaster
We’ve seen this show before. When there’s a national disaster, neighborhoods have been reduced to rubble, shelters are filled with crying families, and a Republican is in the White House, the Democrats jump into action. Not to help, but to make political capital from a disaster that they helped cause.
More Faith-Based Films May Feature F-Bombs
Are Christian movies going blue? Generational Sins, in theaters Oct. 6 via Freestyle Digital Media, is rated PG-13 and contains 32 profanities — not unusual except that Sins is a faith-based movie.
Interpol votes to admit ‘State of Palestine’ as new member state
A week after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told the UN General Assembly how Israel’s stature on the world stage was on the rise, the country suffered a diplomatic setback on Wednesday when the International Police Organization (Interpol) voted to accept the Palestinians as a member. The move passed by a vote of 75 to 24, with 34 abstentions.
Saudi Arabia women hail end of driving ban
Campaigners in Saudi Arabia have hailed King Salman’s decree allowing women to drive for the first time. One female activist called it a “great victory”, while another said things would “never be the same again”. The country’s US ambassador has described the move as “the right decision at the right time”.
Roy Moore Wins Alabama’s GOP Senate Primary
Alabama Republicans on Tuesday voted decisively to nominate Roy Moore, a former state Supreme Court judge, for a U.S. Senate seat, delivering a rebuke to President Donald Trump and the GOP establishment that supported his rival…In his victory rally, Mr. Moore underscored the evangelical conservative spirit of his campaign, while invoking a Trumpian slogan.
Sex diseases in US surge to record high
Sexually transmitted diseases surged to a record high in the United States last year, with more than two million cases of chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis nationwide, officials said Tuesday. This was “the highest number ever,” said the annual Sexually Transmitted Disease Surveillance Report released today by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Otto Warmbier ‘systematically tortured’ by N Korea say parents
The parents of Otto Warmbier have shared horrific details of his condition when he arrived home from North Korea. Fred and Cindy Warmbier told Fox and Friends that the North Koreans were “terrorists” who had “systematically tortured” their son. The US student was jailed in Pyongyang in 2016 for stealing a hotel sign.
Fraud? 248 counties have more voters than eligible citizens
…“Voter fraud begins with corrupted voter rolls. Our nation’s voter rolls have records that cannot be distinguished between living or dead; citizen or alien; resident or relocated. We hear about possible cyber-attacks, but we aren’t doing enough to fix voter rolls that are certainly corrupt,” he said. “The voter rolls are so bad in some states that election officials would have a hard time telling the difference between sabotage and negligence.”
Students protest U.S. Attorney General speech at Georgetown
Students and faculty at Georgetown Law School gathered on Tuesday to protest that U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions was delivering an address about the right of free speech on college campuses to an invitation-only audience without giving critics of the Trump administration an opportunity to ask questions.